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Multiplayer Party Game Block’Em is now available on PC via Steam

Block’Em, a multiplayer party game developed by Cat Shawl Games and published by Curve Games is now available on PC via Steam. Block’Em costs $6.99. At this moment, the game’s only available on the PC platform, but will slowly traverse to consoles in the future.

Cat Shawl Games’ Studio Lead, Rasmus Östlund said: “Perfect for parties, Block’Em is a fast-paced, cute multiplayer game with a hugely competitive edge, that promises to push friendships to the brink and guarantees a whole lot of fun! We can’t wait for players to get down to challenging each other and really look forward to seeing what people think of Block’Em! and hope everyone loves playing as much as we loved making it!”

Below you can watch the launch trailer.

About Block’Em:

Cute, addictive and fast paced party game to be enjoyed by 2-4 players. Outsmarting your opponent with cunning moves is easier said than done. Watch out, it’s not just fireballs you might have to dodge – Block’Em may bring out your competitive side!

Features:

  • Marvelous Multiplayer – Up to 4 players online and local co-op
  • Build Bridges or Burn them – An exciting mix of platform and puzzle! Find your way through the vibrant, chaotic arena. Watch out for the fireballs!
  • Push Friendships to the brink – Block’Em brings out your competitive side. A sure way to make friendships stronger… or not!
  • May the best Block win! – Beat your opponents in a race to the finish or be the last Block to survive.

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